A deaf, mute, and blind boy led the Emperor Charlemagne into the long-lost underground crypt in southern France where the relics of St. Anne were buried and hidden away. The story is remarkable! Listen here for the miraculous manner in which her relics arrived in southern France, and the great saints who brought them there.
St. Charbel Makhlouf (1828 – 1898) was a Maronite monk and priest from Lebanon, known during his life and after his death as a saint, mystic, and a great miracle-worker. He is also known for his holy wisdom, gleaned from a life of deep prayer, silence, and penance. One of the themes he articulated was the foundational importance of the human family in God’s created order and salvation history, and Satan’s attacks against it.